Criminology

"Criminology is the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. It includes within its scope the process of making laws, of breaking laws, and of reacting towards the breaking of laws….The objective of criminology is the development of a body of general and verified principles and of other types of knowledge regarding this process of law, crime and treatment or prevention”. (Sutherland, 1934)

NEW!

Starting in September 2019, The BA Criminology Program will be available for High School applicants! 

Admission for ALL applicants will be based solely on a competitive average and grade point average (GPA). The renewed program will continue to offer a field placement stream, which will be available for already admitted criminology students through a competitive application process. 

Stay tuned for more information soon!

 

The Bachelor of Arts Criminology program is well suited for students interested in a career in any aspect of the criminal justice system including law, policing, corrections and human services. The program offers students a specialized degree in criminology along with a well-rounded liberal arts education that includes Sociology as the subject of concentration, complimented by a set of interdisciplinary courses in Anthropology, Business, Economics, Educational Psychology, History, Human Ecology, Native Studies, Political Science, Philosophy, and Psychology.

 


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